byNational Seminar on Institutional Planning, Bhopal, 1968; National Council of Educational Research and Training (India); India. Ministry of Education
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Educational planning Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=pQIDlEiruQMC&oe=UTF-8
byEducation Resources Institute (Boston, Mass.); Massachusetts. Board of Higher Education; Massachusetts. Dept. of Education; Education Resources Institute (Boston, Mass.). Higher Education Information Center
"This edition... is a joint effort of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Higher Education, the Massachusetts Department of Education and the Higher Education Information Center"--p. of cover Topics: Educational planning, Education, Secondary
Educational planning is important as it can tackle those areas where immediate reform is needed. It can provide future educational infrastructure to those who are not yet in the coverage area of education. One such area before the educational planning is the child labourer education. Child labour is a threat for the nation and for the state. They are out of the scenario of universalization of primary education and fall under heavy dropout rates. There are national policies for child labour... Topics: Child Labour, Educational Planning, Universalization
Several general areas of concern exist for those involved in the future of vocational education. Industrial needs and manpower projections should be examined more critically; perhaps the work should be designed for the worker, and perhaps more attention should be directed to national and international job trends, and less to local trends. Changes in student population and Federal legislative policies must also be considered by planners. Vocational education directors have a responsibility to... Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Planning, Futures (of Society), Speeches, Vocational Education
This topical outline was developed by the directors of the various Simu-School projects. It contains the following main headings: An Introduction to Comprehensive Educational Planning, Preparation for Planning, The Planning Process, Implementation, Activities Related to the Planning Process, Functions and Needs That Permeate the Planning Process, Components of the Comprehensive Educational Plan, Planning Techniques, and Annotated Bibliography. (Author/IRT) Topics: ERIC Archive, Administrator Guides, Educational Planning, Elementary Secondary Education
Broad scale implementation of the career education concept will be increased if the processes of planning and change are fully understood and utilized by practitioners. Change occurs with or without planning. The major purpose of planning is to bring about some needed and agreed upon change designed to correct or improve upon an existing situation. Appropriate planning provides for collection and analysis of data makes possible an orderly and systematic procedure for achieving change,... Topics: ERIC Archive, Career Education, Change Strategies, Educational Change, Educational Planning
For more details, see the University of Florida George A. Smathers library catalog: http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?20UF030529047 Topics: Florida Junior College at Jacksonville, Educational planning, College facilities
This paper identifies the directions in which new developments in educational planning are moving and draws some conclusions on how the training of specialists in the field of educational planning is likely to be affected by changing notions and practices. The first part of the paper outlines the assumptions that have characterized the field in recent years. These assumptions are concerned with planning as social research; the distribution of education; the quantity, quality, and content of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Needs, Educational Planning, Foreign Countries
byOntario. Legislative Assembly. Select Committee on Education; Poole, Dianne
Text in English and French, the latter inverted with title: Deuxième rapport du Comité spécial sur l'éducation Topics: Education, Educational accountability, Educational planning, Select Committees of Ontario
A study was conducted to discover if five stereotypes about teachers who attend conferences would hold true. The stereotypes are: (1) more elementary than secondary school teachers attend conferences, (2) professional conference goers tend to be experienced teachers, (3) more women than men attend conferences, (4) teachers want specific ideas that they can use in their classrooms, and (5) teachers are not interested in articulation and prefer sessions that focus on specific grade levels.... Topics: ERIC Archive, Conferences, Educational Planning, Educational Research, Inservice Teacher Education,...
Designed to assist present and future vocational and technical educators in the establishment and use of advisory committees, the paper clarifies the functions of different types of advisory committees in vocational-technical education, identifies areas in which advisory committees may give guidance, discusses the formation of advisory committees, outlines procedures for conducting productive meetings, and identifies ways to reward committee members. The most frequently used advisory committees... Topics: ERIC Archive, Advisory Committees, Educational Development, Educational Planning, Guidelines,...